Continued Care During Your Transition into Outpatient Treatment

For many individuals who complete an inpatient treatment program, a step-down outpatient program is the natural, next step. Pinnacle Recovery provides the support you need during your transition back to the normal parts of life with:

  • Accountability support
  • Group therapy resources
  • Community engagement
  • Drug testing
  • Strategies for maintaining sobriety
  • Psychiatric care
  • Medication management
  • And much more

How Important is Group Therapy for Outpatient Treatment?

The outpatient programs at Pinnacle Recovery allow individuals to reside at home and maintain their daily routines while attending therapy sessions and receiving support from a group of peers. With group therapy, each person has an opportunity to connect with others who are facing similar struggles. Sharing experiences, listening to others, and offering support can be incredibly beneficial in reducing feelings of isolation and building a sense of community.

Outpatient group therapy also offers greater flexibility than inpatient treatment. Sessions are scheduled at different times of the day or week to accommodate individuals’ work, school, or family commitments. This allows individuals to receive treatment while continuing with their daily responsibilities, which makes your recovery support even more accessible.

Incorporating Integrative Therapies for Long-Term Recovery

Integrative and holistic therapies are key elements in Pinnacle’s outpatient programs. They enhance the overall treatment experience and promote holistic well-being. These therapies recognize the interconnectedness of the mind, body, and spirit and aim to address the individual’s needs from a comprehensive perspective.

Integrative therapies such as sound bowl therapy can be important supplements to your group and individual programs, and bring attention to the whole spectrum of a person. With entering back into daily life as priority, these integrative therapies do exactly that—help you integrate. To learn more about our Integrative Therapies, read about our resources here.